News & Legislation

Text of article from Asheville Tribune
December 1 - December 7, 2011, Vol. 15, No. 48

Is North Carolina a lawful state?
by Catherine Hunter

A Charlotte man is working to prove the current government of North Carolina is not a lawful state, but a military coup put in place by the United States government. ln a Tuesday, November 22 meeting at the Renaissance Hotel in Asheville, John Ainsworth of the ...

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This is an exciting and busy time for the lawful state of North-Carolina and North-Carolina citizens. We have several ongoing cases throughout the North Carolina defacto court system. In fact, we have citizens in court at every level of the judicial system. These folks are not legal experts, lawyers, or scholars. They are regular people who are not afraid to stand up to a de facto state and demand ...

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The below legislation was enacted by the House of commons and Senate of the North-Carolina American Republic on September 24, 2011. Article I of this new legislation covers protection of the rights of citizens and subsequent actions for violations; Article II defines public notice and how it is to be carried out; and Article III declares common law to be in force. The legislation in its entirety can ...

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State of North Carolina v. Amanda Lea Rose
Wilkesboro, N.C. | Wilkes County Superior Court
Part One • Part Two • Part Three

On September 29th, 2011, de jure state citizen Amanda Lea Rose received an order from Judge Lindsay R. Davis, Jr. (Wilkes County) referring to her challenge of jurisdiction as "frivolous" and "a waste of limited public resources." Among the many criticisms ...

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State of North Carolina v. Isaac Hutchison Birch
Macon County, NC | Part 1Part 2Part 3

Below Isaac Hutchison Birch, NCAR Secretary of State, provides an update and commentary regarding his case now before the United States Supreme Court. Read the article in its entirety on his blog, http://restoreourrepublics.blogspot.com.


The Declaration of Rights of the State ...

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